Land Electronic Attack Market and Technology Forecast: 2017 – 2027

Report Summary:

Strategy Analytics forecasts the land-based electronic attack market will approach $3.3 billion in 2027, representing a CAGR of 3.2%. North America will continue to represent the largest regional end market, but demand from the Asia-Pacific region will outpace other regions and account for 30.3% of the land EA market by 2027. Portable and Vehicular/Mobile systems will drive volume, with the total number of land-based EA shipments growing at a CAGR of 2.9% through 2027 to reach 7,299 units. RF-based systems such as communications, radar and RCIED jammers will dictate the frequency requirements but there will be continued focus towards solutions that can offer coverage across the full spectrum of interest. The associated market for semiconductors and other components from RF-based land EA systems will grow at a CAGR of 9.4%.
Table of Contents

1. Title

2. Contents

3. Analysis

4. Land EA Expenditure

5. Expenditure by Freq-Power

6. Land EA Shipments

7. Shipments by Freq-Power

8. Land EA Semi Exp

9. Definitions

10. Methodology

11. Contacts

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